|Shapes:||Belicoso, Corona, Toro|
|Wrapper:||, Ecuador Habano|
Following in his family’s footsteps and blending to his own beat
It’s not easy being the grandson of a tobacco legend - but Hirochi Robaina does just fine with it. For those who need some brushing up on Cuban cigar history, Hirochi is the grandson to the legendary tobacco farmer Alejandro Robaina. Alejandro grew some of the best tobacco in the world, and his wish was to have Hirochi carry on the family tradition that began in 1845 in Pinar Del Rio.
So, to carry on family tradition the younger Robaina, created HR series. Among his blends is the Signature, a stunning full-bodied cigar which uses a blend of tobaccos from Jalapa and Estelí and comes dressed in an Ecuadorian maduro wrapper grown from Habano 2000 seed. Bold and brimming with notes of black pepper, leather, dried fruit, and a natural sweetness.
This is one seriously great cigar from a young legend in the making - so give this cigar a try and see why the Robaina family is viewed as one of the best tobacco growers in the world.